In the western part of the Pacific, there is a poor country of six million people called Papua New Guinea (PNG). It’s an anthropologists’ paradise because of the diversity of tribes, cultures and languages.
But the country’s claim to fame is rape and savage forms of violence against women. For the members of the “raskol gangs” in the country’s capital Port Moresby, raping a women is a rite of passage. If they kill the woman afterwards, it’s even better. Not just gang members, other men also indulge in rape at will.